The ‘Mirror’ exhibition in Cape Town showcases the artist Adele van Heerden’s exploration of the relationship between water, light, and reflections in aquatic environments. Utilizing techniques like pastel, color pencil, ink, and gouache on film, as well as printmaking collaborations with Cape Town studios, Van Heerden offers a unique perspective on the hidden world beneath the water’s surface. The exhibition takes place at the 131 A Gallery in Woodstock, Cape Town, from February 3 to March 1, 2024, and provides an opportunity for art enthusiasts to delve into Van Heerden’s underwater exploration.
Step into the captivating world of South African artist Hanneke Benadé’s latest solo exhibition, ‘Sense of Place’. Located at the Union House Block Gallery in Cape Town’s central business district, this collection of largerthanlife pastel drawings and smaller stilllife portraits explores the profound bond between subject and environment. Through the interplay of feelings, memories, and encounters, Benadé captures the complex relationship between humans and the natural world, offering a unique perspective on our sense of belonging. Open until December 1, 2023, this exhibition is a mustsee for art enthusiasts and curious explorers alike.
Franschhoek Creates is a weeklong event in South Africa’s Cape Winelands that showcases artistic innovation and creativity. The event features expertly curated art exhibitions, immersive showcases, and gastronomic experiences for guests to explore. With an eclectic mix of artistic expression and immersive experiences, Franschhoek Creates offers a unique opportunity for art lovers to dive into the vibrant creative scene of Franschhoek.